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New 'The Warrior's Way' Trailer: An Asian Assassin Stuck in the West

October 1, 2010 (7:24 am) GMT
A warrior assassin is hunted down to a small town in the American Badlands after he refused his mission.
New 'The Warrior's Way' Trailer: An Asian Assassin Stuck in the West

Rogue Pictures has debuted a new trailer for "" where western and eastern cultures will meet. Making its way out via Apple, the video gives preview to an Asian warrior assassin, known as the best and the undefeated one, who is forced to hide in a small town in the American Badlands after he refused his mission.

Mingling with the local people, he finds peace, contentment and perhaps love. But that does not last long as people from his past hunt him down to the western country. With the help of his new friends, he now faces a band of ninjas coming after him.

Korean actor Jang Dong Gun portrays Yang, the warrior assassin on the run, with taking the female lead role. , and Tony Cox are also among the cast ensemble of the action fantasy flick, which is dubbed a modern martial arts western.

Sngmoo Lee directs the movie with the script provided by himself. Barrie M. Osborne, who produced "Lord of the Rings" trilogy, is among the board of producers for the upcoming film. "The Warrior's Way" will open in theaters across the nation on December 3.



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